01 March 2016
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Major step on the path to international alignment
On February 9-10, the North-West Europe group of the PASTEUR4OA project held its regional workshop in Brussels. During this two-day meeting representatives of Research-Performing Organisations as well as Research Funder policy managers talked about existing and new open science policies and exchanged ideas and best practices related to open science policies.
Data Infrastructure Competences and Skills Framework: A European and Global Challenge
The ability to create, manage and exploit data has become one of the key challenges for practitioners in nearly all disciplines, sectors and industries. This is particularly true at the European level where, under the Digital Single Market, there is an opportunity to harmonise training and education with the skills needs of research and other infrastructures, as well as industry. The EU-funded EDISON project has been established to build the profession of data science through a combination of two main activities…
On January 28, the Latvian University Library received the Recognition award of the Latvian Open Technology Association (LATA)
On January 28, the Latvian University Library received the Recognition award of the Latvian Open Technology Association (LATA) at the conference “Open technology and smart solutions”. The LATA conference is about sharing knowledge, and for discussing smart technologies that emphasise security, privacy, data storage and ICT management aspects.
Assisting Universities in the transition to Open Access
In February the European University Association (EUA) published its “Roadmap on Open Access to Research Publications” following its endorsement by the EUA Council. Its main objective is to assist universities in the transition to Open Access. It is the first step in a proposed larger series of EUA initiatives aimed at addressing the implications of the shift to Open Science.
Understanding the role of infrastructures in Europe’s Open Science Cloud initiative
Following a recent joint statement on the European Open Science Cloud for Research (EOSC) by EUDAT, LIBER, OpenAIRE, EGI and GÉANT, the second workshop, took place in Rome 5th February 2016, focused on understanding the roles of e-Infrastructures and Research infrastructures in this Europe’s Digital Single Market initiative. EOSC will offer 1.7 million European researchers and 70 million Science and Technology professionals a virtual environment for storage, management, analysis and data re-use – across borders and scientific disciplines. EOSC will be funded by the European Commission, and at the Rome workshop, 120 participants – including researchers, research infrastructure, and e-Infrastructures together with national and international service providers, data centre and research organisation strategists and decision makers – gathered to discuss potential governance models, sustainability and participants’ expectations.
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